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review 2019-06-25 04:33
100% Unofficial Fortnite Pro Guide - Becker&Mayer! Books

I have read many users guide's in my time, but this one was special to me - and I will tell you why.  This guide is for Fortnite, an online game every one is playing, including myself.  I play with my kids when I have the time and this book is a big help!


There are suggestions in here that help you play the game and be able to respond faster.  It has play ideas for multiple platforms since the game can be played across so many.  I really loved the full color and "learn to be a pro" attitude.  


Like any other player, I want to be the best at what I do, when I do it.  I love being able to see the "Epic" changes that every season on Fortnite seems to bring.  I also like being able to collect the "Skins" that make me as a player - look even more intimidating.  Since that is the fun of the game.


This guide was a great help full of many good ideas and suggestions.  I recommend you read it before your next Battle Royale.  I give this book a 5/5 Kitty's Book Spot!



***This ARC was given in exchange for an honest review by Netgalley and its publishers.

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text 2016-03-08 15:36
Cars – PlayStation Portable

Cars – PlayStation Portable Games Torrents


Regardless of whether you enjoyed, endured, or avoided seeing Disney Pixar’s Cars, the racing game of the same name is a fun drive. It’s also an unusual one. This is a racer in which every vehicle is equipped with a jump button, using the reverse gear is a legitimate race strategy, and thoroughbred racecars rocking machine guns compete alongside mine-dropping camper vans. Despite its disappointing lack of online play, Cars is also a game that’s best enjoyed with up to three friends. There are better racing games available, but none quite like this one.

Cars - PlayStation Portable


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review 2010-03-26 00:00
Playstation Nation
Playstation Nation: Protect Your Child from Video Game Addiction - Olivia Bruner,Kurt Bruner I liked this book, even though I don't totally agree with everything the author's propose. It is definitely an anti- video-gaming book. The only positive thing I could find was a study about how children in the hospital need fewer pain killers when they get engrossed in video games.

Otherwise, they really don't have anything positive to say. Granted, addiction is not good, but I feel that a bit of gaming can be a good thing. It is definitely more interactive than watching television and can teach decision making skills.

College dorms are full of mostly young men, playing incessantly, some even flunking out of college because of it. I don't think that is a good thing. College should be more for getting out and socializing. Younger children can't always to out to play as neighborhoods are not as safe as they used to be, back in the day.

The authors give quite a list of alternate activities at the end of the book. Things I used to do as a kid. And, having the console in the family room where everyone can get involved is better than a kid isolating alone in his bedroom, playing night and day.

An interesting read for anyone who loves video games!
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